Arithmetic
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What is arithmetic?
The arithmetic is a branch of mathematics focused on the study of numbers. It should be noted that the numbers are widely used in daily tasks and through signs allow to express a quantity.
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Arithmetic operators
The basic operations of arithmetic are addition (+), subtraction (-), multiplication (x or *) and division (÷ or /). It is possible to classify arithmetic operations as direct and indirect:
Direct arithmetic operations
- Sum: Represents the grouping of two or more elements.
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- Multiplication: Represents the product of two or more elements.
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- Potentiation: It is a number (base) raised to another number (exponent).
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Indirect arithmetic operations
- Subtraction: It represents the difference of two elements.
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- Division: It is the inverse operation of multiplication.
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- Root: It is the root of a number and inverse of the potentiation.
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- Logarithm: Corresponds to a reverse operation to enhancement.
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Arithmetic Tutorials
- Arithmetic
- Number
- Natural
- Integer
- Rational
- Irrational
- Complex
- Even
- Odd
- Prime
- Decimal
- Ordinal
- Pi number
- Euler number
- Golden number
- Place value
- Sum
- Subtraction
- Multiplication
- Division
- Rule of signs
- Signs of greater and lesser
- Absolute value
- Fraction
- Multiples
- Least common multiple (lcdm)
- Divisor
- Greatest common divisor (gcd)
- Exponent
- Logarithm
- Root (square y cube)
- Factorial
- Percentage
- Rule of three